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Cheer Up Buttercup! Essential Oil Blend can Be Uplifting, Refreshing, and Energizing!
September 28, 2022 11:46 AM
In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to get bogged down by the hustle and bustle of everyday life. That's why we created Cheer Up Buttercup! This essential oil blend is uplifting, refreshing, and energizing! It contains Bergamot Oil, Orange Oil, Lime Oil, Grapefruit Oil, and Lemon essential Oils. Whether you're feeling stressed out or just need a pick-me-up, reach for Cheer Up Buttercup!
Bergamot Oil: Bergamot oil has a light, citrusy scent that is both refreshing and uplifting. It has been used for centuries in Italy as a traditional remedy for anxiety and depression. Bergamot oil is also known for its ability to boost energy levels and improve circulation.
Orange Oil: Orange oil is extracted from the peel of oranges. It has a sweet, citrusy scent that is uplifting and invigorating. Orange oil is rich in antioxidants and can help to improve skin tone and texture. Additionally, orange oil has mood-boosting properties that can help to reduce stress and anxiety.
Lime Oil: Lime oil has a tart, citrusy scent that is energizing and refreshing. Lime oil is rich in antioxidants and can help to protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals. Additionally, lime oil can help to improve mental clarity and focus.
Grapefruit Oil: Grapefruit oil has a fresh, citrusy scent that is invigorating and uplifting. Grapefruit oil is rich in antioxidants and can help to improve circulation. Additionally, grapefruit oil can help to reduce stress and anxiety.
Lemon Essential Oil: Lemon essential oil has a fresh, citrusy scent that is invigorating and uplifting. Lemon essential oil is rich in antioxidants and can help to improve mental clarity and focus. Additionally, lemon essential oil can help to reduce stress and anxiety.
So next time you're feeling down in the dumps, reach for Cheer Up Buttercup! This potent blend of essential oils will have you feeling refreshed and invigorated in no time!
February 19, 2009 05:14 PM
Hay fever, which is an allergy to proteins in the pollen of trees, grasses, some plants, or mold, affects the mucous membranes of the nose, eyes, and air passages. Symptoms of hay fever include itchy, red eyes; watery discharge from the nose and eyes; sneezing; fatigue; and nervous irritability. Many of the symptoms of hay fever can be confused with those symptoms of the common cold. However, allergies cause a distinctive clear, thin nasal discharge, whereas secretions that come from colds are usually thick and yellow-greenish as the illness progresses. Colds are also associated with mild fever and are usually gone within a week. On the other hand, allergy sufferers often feel wiped out for many weeks.
At least 50 million Americans suffer from seasonal sneezes, runny nose, and itchy eyes that come with hay fever. There happen to be three seasons of hay fever which are distinguished by the different pollen present at these different times of the year. Tree pollen appears first, usually between February and May, depending on the climate. When trees, weeds, grass pollens, and people are out at the same time, the biggest problems arise. This usually occurs later in spring and in summer. The fall is the season for ragweed pollen. Depending on which pollen or pollens an individual is allergic to, hay fever may be present at any or all of these times.
In more detail, the following is a summary of the types of plants according to the times of year they are most likely to cause problems. Alder, hazelnut, and elm trees cause the most problems in February through May, while birch, maple, and oak trees are problematic in March through June. Beech and spruce trees bring about issues in April through June, while horse chestnut trees are responsible for causing problems in April through August. In April through September, Asters, pine trees, plantain, sorrel, stinging nettle, and various grasses are responsible for bringing about allergies. Buttercups are problematic in May through July and Goosefoot is an issue in June through September. In July through September, mugwort seems to pose a problem.
Those people who suffer from hay fever also often suffer from other atopic disorders like asthma and dermatitis. Those people who suffer from hay fever symptoms throughout the year are said to have perennial rhinitis, which can be caused by animal hair, dust, feathers, fungus spores, molds, and/or some other environmental agent. It should be noted that a susceptibility to hay fever tends to be an inherited condition. Those people who are most prone to allergies are often aware of the time of year and conditions under which they are most sensitive. A RAST test can easily be done and provide reliable results for a definitive diagnosis.
The following nutrients are beneficial for hay fever: bromelain, coenzyme Q10, Quercetin, raw thymus, vitamin A, vitamin B complex, vitamin C with bioflavonoids, proteolytic enzymes, zinc, calcium, magnesium, garlic, kelp, manganese, Pycnogenol, SOD, and vitamin E. Additionally, the following herbs have been noted to be helpful: alfalfa, chlorophyll, vitamin K, eucalyptus oil, eyebright, lady’s mantle, goldenseal extract, horehound, mullein leaf, stinging nettle, wild cherry bark, turmeric, nettle leaf, and noni juice.
In conclusion, discovering your allergic substance is the first step to recovery. When you can narrow down what is the cause then you can combat the problem with vitamins, herbs, and dietary changes. Your local or internet health food store has a large selection of herbal and homeopathic remedies for hay fever symptoms.